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The relationship between mothers and daughters is

beautiful.

And messy.  And complicated. Some days it builds us up… and other days it  tears us down. (Anyone else feel like they’ve aged 15 years just from hearing about all the friendship dramas?!) 

And as a mum, it’s hard to navigate between watching your daughter play with dolls one minute and ask for a Hydro Flask the next (Because “all the VSCO girls have it”... Hydro Flask? VSCO girl? What the?).  

One minute you’re giggling together when she finds out your first crush was Joey from the OLD Full House… the next she’s rolling her eyes and  the doors are slamming so hard you wonder where your little girl went? The little girl who used to think you were awesome and wanted to be around you all the time.

Mama, your daughter still wants to be around you.

I promise.

I think you know this because:

  1. You were a preteen / tween once, too.  
  2. You know your daughter better than anyone.  (Even if she’s told you you DON’T know her AT ALL!) 

The thing is, in this modern world there is not much space for... anything. We’re all busy. We’re all overwhelmed and somewhere along the way we seem to have forgotten how to stop, slow down and connect. And connection is EVERYTHING.

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Over the past 15 years I’ve been working with tweens and teens, I’ve learnt a thing or two.  And the BIGGEST fear parents have isn’t about technology, bullying, drugs, mental health, doing well in school…

The biggest thing we worry about is growing apart from our children as they get older.

So that’s why I created

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A space to just be together, and to create a framework (and an opportunity) for connection and reconnection with your child.  

A reason to start hard conversations, or give the space for her to bring up something she was “wondering about”.

A time for you both to have some mother / daughter time, to be around each other and be awesome together.

Here’s how I’m going to do it…

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Just Between Us is a monthly subscription that starts from January 2020, you can join or leave at any time.  There are no logins, no dramas, just a simple monthly email sent to you (and your daughter if she has an email) with a list of activities, discussion starters and invites to the following:

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Free access to the Monthly Ask Me Anything webinar with Bec

I’ll cover a different topic each month: gossip, social media, body image, confidence, study skills and also take questions from the tweens to answer live. I know all too well that sometimes kids listen to OTHER adults more than their own parents. Think of me like a bonus Godmother in your daughter’s life.

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Free Access to the Bi-monthly online book club

Every two months you and your tween will read a novel together and then join me for a live online discussion!  I’ve been working with the team at Riverbend Books and we’ve already got some great novels picked out!

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Monthly random acts of kindness challenge

These are activities both parent and tween can complete — either separately or together!

Plus:

// Monthly give-aways

// Mothers Only Group on Facebook

// Monthly Email message for you and your child to read together

WE KICK OFF IN JANUARY 2020...BUT YOU CAN JOIN NOW

As soon as the first event is ready in January I'll send you the kick off email and we'll get going!

Note:  As this is a subscription product, you'll pay your first payment today and no other payments until February 2020.

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MONTHLY PAYMENT

$8.80/MONTH (INC GST)
  • Free access to the Monthly Ask Me Anything webinar with Bec
  • Free Access to the Bi-monthly online book club
  • Monthly random acts of kindness challenge
  • Monthly give-aways
  • Mothers Only Group on Facebook
  • Monthly Email message for you and your child to read together

MONTHLY PAYMENT

$8.80/MONTH (INC GST)
  • Free access to the Monthly Ask Me Anything webinar with Bec
  • Free Access to the Bi-monthly online book club
  • Monthly random acts of kindness challenge
  • Monthly give-aways
  • Mothers Only Group on Facebook
  • Monthly Email message for you and your child to read together

Get on the list

for Bec's tips and news

PS: This is a spam free zone, pinkie promise!